Greek constitutional amendment of 2001 - meaning and definition. What is Greek constitutional amendment of 2001
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Greek constitutional amendment of 2001         
The Amendment of 2001 constituted the most important amendment of the Constitution of 1975. The Amendment of 1986 was much more limited, as it led to the modification of just a few articles concerning the President's powers.
2004 Kentucky Amendment 1         
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AMENDMENT TO THE KENTUCKY CONSTITUTION THAT MADE IT UNCONSTITUTIONAL FOR THE STATE TO RECOGNIZE OR PERFORM SAME-SEX MARRIAGES OR CIVIL UNIONS
Kentucky Constitutional Amendment 1 (2004); General Provisions Section 233A (Kentucky); Kentucky Constitutional Amendment 1
Kentucky Constitutional Amendment 12004 Election Night Tally Results , Kentucky State Board of Elections. Accessed 18 December 2006.
Greek constitutional amendment of 1986         
The Greek Constitutional amendment of 1986 was proposed in order to limit the powers of the President of the Republic. Although the president had been vested with considerable powers under the 1975 Constitution, in practice Greek presidents largely took a ceremonial role.